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Nic is totally right above

In captivity and especially those that are overwintered we find they tend to do better in cages with other hogs in general. Obviously there are exceptions to this.
It can help reduce the stress of captivity.
As a result you have juvenile hogs that have stayed with others for months in their first year of life, and this is not long after being in a litter with mum. We may well be causing a change in hog behaviour as a result